Tulsi called the “king of herbs” or the “royal herb”, the holy basil is possibly native to India. It has been cultivated for more than 5,000 years and is best known as a culinary herb predominantly used in Italian and Southeast Asian cuisines.*
That’s a little about the history. But whatever benefits you saw are a direct consequence of the herb’s ingredients.*
Tulsi (basil)promotes healthy and happy mood feeling. Basil contains trace mineral copper needed to absorb iron. Apart from many above benefits, it is also used in making hair treatment products. It gives a great nourishment and health to hair.*
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